Air-to-air rear quarter view from slightly above of a Halifax letters 'EY-E' Below is open countryside and clouds behind. On the reverse 'Note top left - Spotter Hybrentilly April 6 1944, Handley Page Halifax II series, details of official crown copyright. Note Air shots of a Halifax Mark II. First official picture of the Handley Page Halifax Mark II bomber with new type of fin and rudders' At bottom right Spotter 30 Dec 1943'. Three versions of the same image, second submitted with caption '78 Sqn Halifax LW263 E-Easy 1' and third '8 Sqn Halifax LW263 E-Easy 3'.
Three b/w photographs
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P78Sqn17030017, P78Sqn17030018, P78Sqn17080009, P78Sqn17080011
“Halifax airborne,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 4, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/32771.
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